What does it solve? Seems like we’re overwhelmed by options already.
It might solve my need to buy another pistol. I’ll wait for it to get debugged, but interesting.
Looks like fun but I’m SLIGHTLY invested in Glock right now. There are 4 Glock 44s in my training bag right now with a gazillion mags so I’ll take aa pass (for now).
It’s a nice little gun. Kevin did a review on it and you can check that out on our Youtube page here: *VOTE* Would You Get The New SIG P322 Pistol? (First Impressions) - YouTube
If I still had young kids I’d definitely like to have something with a form factor similar to an EDC gun to train them on. Looks like a decent range gun.
20 Rd Capacity, do like that as well as the high viz sites.
I’m intrigued by the Sig brand but I already have a GSG 1911-22 and a GSG-16 rifle to scratch my .22LR itch.
That’s what grandkids and great-grandkids are for.
I like it. I have not shot it yet, but I may be purchasing one once I get a chance to shoot it. My 9-year-old-daughter likes my wife’s Sig p365 but is still intimidated by the recoil, so this could be a good training substitute for her. I can also use it when training new shooters.
Nice training tool for P365 carriers.
I see a lot of new shooters starting with G44, before they deal with G19, so why don’t use P322 before carrying P365?
Two years ago I was against training with caliber 22, but eventually found it prefect and cheap way to improve shooting techniques and tactics. There is no needs to feel recoil for most of training.
There is also a bigger demand for this caliber. Good move from SIG.
I’ll stick with my Glocks. Laser…same gun. .22lr, swap slide, same gun…
That being said, no problem with something new coming out…as long as it’s not painted in dollar bills and says “yeet cannon” on the side……oh wait, that “problem solva’” is already out
I like my Sigs, but I just picked up a P365-380, and need to wait a bit before working my way down to a .22.
Actually for a .22LR it may be an alternative for carry for those that are “recoil adverse.” It looks like a 9 mm, so it also may have visual deterrence as well. 20 rd capacity is even a bigger benefit.
That is what has gotten my interest. Though my wife can shoot my 9mm very accurately she dislikes the noise and recoil and will rarely practice with it. But she really likes shooting my old M&P22 and can shoot it much more quickly. 21 rounds of CCI Velocitors from a pistol she practices with regularly might be a good choice for her if the Sig proves to be reliable.
I’ve been watching few videos recently and all reviews been positive about P322 reliability.
Only complain was about rounds loaded into magazine. Sometimes ammo noses can face down which may cause failure to feed. But this was rare and easy to correct by shaking mag upside down.
I’m shooting 22LR and I know the problem always is on ammo side, not firearm. Using reliable ammo is the best way to have reliable firearm.